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Annual Report 2019


Operating Revenue

  Resident services revenue $16,802,303
  Investment income $2,170,370
  Contributions and Fundraising $452,059
  Other $346,181
Total Revenue $19,770,913

Operating Expenses

  Direct Care expense $10,084,810
  Management and general $ 5,951,265
  Depreciation and amortization $3,161,950
  Interest expense $641,301
  Community grants awarded $293,915
Total Expense $20,133,241

IRS Form 990

Improving the lives of children and seniors

Scroll through examples of our support in the last year:

At a time when Dane County reports a 70 percent increase in anxiety among middle and high school teens, Attic Angel provided 10 grants totaling nearly $220,000 to improve mental health for K12 youth in Dane County. Vera Court Neighborhood Center Inc. used theirs to provide a range of mindfulness options, including art outside, gardening, hiking, reading in nature, meditating in a tent and woodworking.

Residents with high clinical needs now enjoy a more comfortable setting to call home, with the conversion of Attic Angel’s skilled nursing facility to a Community-Based Residential Facility (CBRF). With a peace that comes from being surrounded by one’s own personal décor, the change guarantees that the full continuum of care is in place for residents as their health needs increase.

The Music Together Generations program brings children ages 0 to 5 years to Attic Angel Community each week to sing, dance, shake shakers and swing scarves during intergenerational classes with our residents. This photo of Households resident Phil Harth and one of his musical friends took first place at an international photo competition and represents the joy this program brings to all ages.

As experts in senior living, Attic Angel Association has established Attic Angel Management Services as a business to help other facilities improve their own operations and services to seniors. In 2019, Attic Angel began working with one other facility: the 20-bed Faith Living Center in Sun Prairie.

From our families

Health care skills touch many disciplines, from biology to leadership. Each year Attic Angel conducts a skills fair for employees to brush up on best practices and build on their knowledge and skills. Topics covered include infection control, care of the skin, teeth and nails, catheter skills, end-of-life care and leadership. In addition, sensitivity training offered simulated experiences for living with diabetes and recovering from stroke.

Transportation to medical appointments is an ongoing need among seniors. In 2018-19, our Angels provided 823 such rides, representing a major success factor in the health of our residents. This free service is unique among senior living facilities, and because it’s run by our Angels, it’s more friendly too.

The 529 members of Attic Angel Association make an extraordinary commitment – many over several decades – of time, talent and treasure to support the needs of children and seniors in Dane County. Last year, the Angels gave nearly 31,000 hours of volunteer service. Just over half of that time was devoted to “Angel care,” which provides invaluable companionship and service to seniors who live within Attic Angel Community.

Answering the call to rise and shine is now even easier, with the aromas of coffee and delicious foods that await! That's the case with Attic Angel's Arbor Café, which has extended its service hours to include breakfast for residents, their families and all who visit or work here.

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The Playing Field

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Children affected by trauma such as homelessness and those with special needs such as autism spectrum disorders have different sensory needs for emotional support that helps them learn to manage behaviors. Our dream is to create a play space that allows children to be successful while ... being kids! Some of our plans:

  • A large open space for running (crowded spaces are often a behavior trigger for children)
  • High fencing and an appropriate climbing structure (children impacted by trauma or those on the autism spectrum often take bigger risks and climb higher)
  • Sensory panels that welcome independent play when children are agitated
  • A maze for children to walk through (this helps the brain to organize)
  • Small structures where children can feel safe
  • Specially designed pieces to work large muscle groups

By helping children at this critical point in their development, your gift will be helping the future of our community!

 Visit The Playing Field Website